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Suffolk Punch    pirate
23/12/2005 at 10:25
Why do people insist on bringing their flamin' kids into the office today?
23/12/2005 at 10:32
What's the point in that. It's not like you can show the kids what a normal day at the office is like.

No kids in my office - they wouldn't get past the bulldogs at the door!
23/12/2005 at 11:19
After waiting in 30 minute queue, do people forget their pin number at the supermarket checkout (or start to write a cheque/ask for a pen)
23/12/2005 at 11:21
after waiting at bust stop for god knows how long, once it arrives, proceed to rake in their bag/pockets, for their fare

aaaaaaargh, it INFURIATES ME, i want to get back off my seat and kick them off the bloody bus

Happy Christmas
23/12/2005 at 11:21
bus stop even

hmm, time for bubbly methinks
23/12/2005 at 11:24
No, I think I prefer the "bust" stop ;-)
23/12/2005 at 11:25
Have you locked the kids in the cupboard yet?
23/12/2005 at 11:27
i'm nice really!!

ok, i'm off to open Champagne for me and staff then finish up for the yr

Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and santa very good to you all

23/12/2005 at 14:04
I bought my kids to the office today. Hang on, I haven't got any kids! Whose kids are these?
23/12/2005 at 14:42
I come to work to get away from the kids ;-)
Nicko. Hdau    pirate
23/12/2005 at 14:46
Im a lazy fekker and not at work, hate kids (apart from mine I spose :-) )
23/12/2005 at 17:35
why do you hate my kids then
23/12/2005 at 17:54
I hate it when women bring their babies in. You look at it, look at them, look at it again then kinda shamble off trying to look as if it has been the most humbling experience of your life when all the time you're thinking "sh*t! she's let herself go a bit aint she??".

23/12/2005 at 19:05
I've never understood why all the women at the office insist on bringing their newly-dropped sprogs to work. I think we're supposed to coo over them and say "aaaah, ain't he cute" and congratulate the proud mum. Wtf? About 90 per cent of the adult population manage to procreate. Big bleedin' deal!

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